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A tablet is a mobile computer, larger than a mobile phone, integrated into a flat touch screen .

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, that is only meant as a concrete starting point. Answers are welcome to discuss other tablet (or even laptop) devices with built-in cameras. The key is to get an idea of resolution of eye tracking that can currently be expected, without the use of more sophisticated (external) eye-tracking technology. …
asked Jul 12 '15 by David
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I did a very simplistic test of this. I did not implement a software solution. Rather, I simply captured a video of myself gazing, for a few seconds at a time, at each corner of the screen of an iPad …
answered Jul 12 '15 by David
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"A" (the drag and drop option) is probably the natural choice on a tablet with touch interface. Unless that arrangement is impractical for screen space reasons, it will probably be more pleasing for the users. (who are, presumably, using a tablet at least in part for that kind of experience) …
answered Jul 8 '15 by David